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Staff

Debra Koivunen, MD

Debra Koivunen, MD

Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education

(573) 882-4637


MA101 Medical Sciences Building
KoivunenD@health.missouri.edu
Christi Cranmer

Christi Cranmer

Administrator

(573) 882-8885

Biography information for Christi
MA101 Medical Sciences Building
CranmerC@health.missouri.edu
Louise Hay Ed.S.

Louise Hay Ed.S.

Instructional Design Specialist

(573) 884-4834

Biography information for Louise
MA101 Medical Sciences Building
Hayml@health.missouri.edu
Charles C. Rudkin, BS

Charles C. Rudkin, BS

GME Support Specialist

(573) 882-4637

Biography information for Charles
MA101 Medical Sciences Building
RudkinC@health.missouri.edu
Leah Hickam

Leah Hickam

GME Programs Coordinator

(573) 882-4637

MA101 Medical Sciences Building
hickamls@health.missouri.edu
2015 GME Office Staff
From left: Louise Hay, Instructional Design Specialist; Charles Rudkin, GME Support Specialist, Leah Hickam, GME Program Coordinator, Christi Cranmer, GME Administrator. Not shown: Dr. Debra Koivunen, Senior Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education and Designated Institution Official.

 

Office of the Ombudsman

Christopher Sampson, MD, FAECP

Christopher Sampson, MD, FAECP

  • Faculty from the Department of Emergency Medicine
  • Associate Residency Program Director
  • Joined the faculty at University of Missouri in 2013
  • Emergency Medicine Residency, Washington University in St. Louis, 2003-2007

The Ombudsman's office offers confidential and anonymous support and advocacy specifically to all house staff of the University of Missouri Hospital System.  The role of the ombudsman is to investigate and facilitate resolution of the allegations by any student of perceived unfair, inappropriate, discriminating or harassing treatment (behavior) by faculty, staff, administrators, or fellow residents.  This includes violations of University policy of equal treatment without regard to race, creed, religion, color, veteran status, sex, sexual preference, age, national or ethnic origin, or handicap.  Acting as an advocate for fairness, the ombudsman provides information about institutional policies and works to help students manage conflicts, understand the university system, and learn more productive ways of communicating.

As an impartial party, the ombudsman's office provides a safe place for house staff to be heard and to receive impartial attention without fear or loss of privacy.  The ombudsman can assist you in making informed, empowered, and educated decisions to address your situation.  Consultations are kept confidential unless the student grants the ombudsman permission to discuss issues with involved parties or administrators.

Contact Information

For confidential inquiries or reports of concern about fair, equitable, and respectful treatment or other issues encountered at UMHS as a house officer, the ombudsman may be contacted through email.

ombudsman@health.missouri.edu

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